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AirDD creates large-scale inflatables for events

Projects | July 1, 2008 | By:

For mega-productions, trust Hollywood to pull out all the stops—even for a bar mitzvah. In April 2008, the Hollywood & Highland Center at the Renaissance Hollywood Hotel transformed into a wonderland of color, movement and light, thanks to Air Dimensional Design (AirDD®), North Hollywood, Calif. AirDD founder Doron Gazit fabricates large-scale inflatables that glow and move, creating unique environments for events.

Some of AirDD’s most famous productions include the Airtube® web backdrop for the New York City premier of “Spiderman III”; the Superbowl XLI half-time performance by Prince silhouetted against a moving white silk scrim; the 2000 “Sculpting the Wind” art exhibit using long Vertitubes® animated by fans; and the patented Fly Guys® animated inflatable figures for the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta, Ga. See the full range of AirDD designs at

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